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Old 17-02-2011, 04:42 AM   #1
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As some of you will know, my darling sweetheart got pregnant AGAIN (I already have a mob...sigh)...anyhow I thought I would let you all know after nearly losing the child...Jules went to the vet today and has been informed (after 3 boys) she is finally having a girl, congrats to my lady and now she is happy she has a wee girl on the way. I will be neutured at the first break in this contract (12 weeks left) LOL...enough for me. So there will be a little girl type Bullet in July...I will have to work really hard on the modelling now...I will need the extra job LOL.

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Congradulations on the upcoming addition to the family bullet!

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LOL thanks mate....I will need that second job...being a girl baby...thats gonna cost me...LOL
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Congrats mate. Nice ont on the girl.

Good luck with the neutering!
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Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude good man!!! Another one for the lads LOL.


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Seriously, well done to you both. I have a (nearly) 14 year old daughter, she absolutely rocks, we have such a good laugh together - she really is Daddies girl. The wife is always telling us off - its great!!

Little girls look after their dads when they get old, whereas the boys look after Mum more....
so you're gonna be ok now LOL


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Little girls look after their dads when they get old
I should be very ok then when im ol cause i got two girls one 5 and the other 1 yr of age
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Grats on the bun in the oven! The snip snip part though...all I can say is good luck :x

Yes Jay, we daughters are pretty awesome, but we'll drive you nuts, its just a matter of time

Everybody's is out and about procreatin', must be something in the water >.>
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Thanks guys...tee heee I didnt want any more but hey...a little girl will keep the missus happy noe! and she will have 3 big brothers to keep the prying gents at bay! oh and me...grumpy

PMSL Jay...you cad...bahahaha yeh I have the 3 boys and I reckon they will be off as soon as they can ( I have a cunning plan).

Steve and Gen...yeh I am really hesitant about the chopping parts...hmmmmm

murambi...duuudddeeee you are so gonna get crazy LOL...oh man my eldest girl (dont see her sadly) is turning 17...and is a wildfire...must be the Williams Warrior in her...bahahahaha
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Jules went to the vet today and has been informed (after 3 boys) she is finally having a girl,
Hold on a min - I think you have some explaining to do here - Vets ??????

Congrats man anyway
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Bahahaha gotta love ya tweety...you are a classic mate..thanks...Aussie translation Vet=Doctor...

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Aussie translation Vet=Doctor...

rest of the world translation - Vet = animal Doctor - so had to check
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LOL true mate true.......but we are a strange mob.....Vet is usually used for a Dentist but is easily transferable.....like a calcium cracker=bone cruncher=chiropractor...strange we are
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Congrats mate! Good luck with all the little ones!
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thanks stwert...LOL I will need all the help I can get now....2 women to deeal with....still us 4 lads are in a majority...when given permission to do so of course!

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Bahahaha gotta love ya tweety...you are a classic mate..thanks...Aussie translation Vet=Doctor...

cheers bullet
first i've heard. You aussies are so messed up
that or else vets really are animal doctors and you all treat yourselves like animals...

but anywho, congrats man! can't say i'd be excited about being neutered
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